The autumnal sun sheds a different kind of light compared to other seasons, making it a unique and special time to take photos. The light is less harsh, but warmer and richer in color. Start your Monday by basking under the sun with your camera in hand and take advantage of the natural, romantic light. To control and capture sun fares, try various aperture settings and position the sun in your frame next to another object or element. If you're shooting in an open sky, put the sun in the corner of your frame. Partially blocking the sun will give you the creative control you just need and nail that perfect exposure. Here are some photographs from the community which made clever use of sun flares and will hopefully inspire you to create your own!
Try filling in your LomoHome gallery with sunbathed snaps!
Wash up your morning face and greet the day with a smile. Do your warm-ups and grab your grub. This Monday morning will be different than the rest of our Monday Moodboard editions as we bask under the dawn.
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It's snowing outside, there's plenty of food on the table, there are Christmas gifts under the pine tree, your loved ones are with you back home... Today might just be the best Monday of the year. We present to you a very Lomographic Christmas Moodboard.
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Believe it or not, today is Hat Day! So maybe you can start your Monday a little bit fashionable or eccentric by donning an elegant wide brim, or an animal party hat at that! For this week's Monday Moodboard we bring the old custom of tipping one's hat as a greeting.